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be troubled. news continues. greta is next. >> greta: tonight, is minnesota number 20? so far, 19 states are suing the federal government over health care. minnesota governor tim pawlenty wants to join that group. he good evening governor. i've seen a copy of this letter that your state attorney general has written you this three-page letter which she says she is not going to be joining in fact she is going to write an amicus brief on the other side of the issue. so now what? >> now what is we specifically asked her to i go me permission to sue on my own and she has done that going to file a brief in my capacity as none. that's what we are reviewing now. >> greta: when would you expect to if you are going to latch on to the florida suit or file your own. when would you expect that to happen? >> soon. this lawsuit is going to take a while so we don't have to do it immediately. we'll be making decisions and take being -- and taking acts in the next week or two. she unfortunately, decided not to sue on behalf of the state of minnesota. she is going to side with the president on this. i'm go
. as always thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues, greta is next. >> greta: two u.s. senators, two parties, three questions. first, who is fighting transparency now? second, is the military headed to our borders. third, does senatorling can wants president obama to stay away from her campaign? she's guess on the record in minutes. first republican senator john mccain. nice to see you and thanks for letting us come to our office today. >> thanks for having me back. >> greta: it affects the united states the border between arizona and mexico. first the news of the day. president obama speaking on financial regulatory reform. where do you stand on this bill? >> i'm glad to see that serious negotiations are going on between both sides of the aisle. i'm hoping that we can come up with a bill that will adhere to the fundamental principle that we want and that is that no institution be too big to fail. i'm not positive this legislation will do that. but i think we are making progress. i also want to say, fundamental, we should, i think we should be doing
you for being with us. hope you think you've paid enough. greta is next. thanks for being with us. >> greta: what is your guess? how many tea party events do you think there were this tax day 2010? just sam nell, griffç jenkins in california, 40 miles from san francisco. >> reporter: it has been a year since tax day when tea partiers showed up. who would have thought thousands would turn out in the backyard of house speaker nancy pelosi here in the san francisco bay area! certainly not a place known for its conservative circles. we have republican senator candidate carlie fiorina turned out. it was peaceful, a large event. you can hear the ban. we talked to most of the folksç in the audience of course [ inaudible ] here's what happened, take a look. we are in the house madame's backyard. nancy pelosi's backyard. look at this, otherwise liberal bay area you have thousands of people not just at this tea party but tea parties all over the bay area saying we need a reset. >> we are concerned about what is happening with our government, what we see taking place with our government
'll see you back here monday. >> greta: tonight the tea party claims victory. they say they knocked congressman stupak out of politics. he denies it. karl rove goes on the record. nice to see you. >> great to to see you greta. >> greta: upper peninsula of michigan tea party declaring victory over congressman bart stupak. do you think he decided not to run again in november because of the tea party movement or has he completed all that he intended to as a member of congress? >> i think it is obviously the former. it is not latter. he's been in there for 18 years. i'm sure as most members of congress he has more he would like to do. i think it became apparent he lost the support of pro-lifers in his district socially conservative district. at the same time he inspired a challenge from the left on the issue of abortion, a county commission her been endorsed by the national abortion rights league and he was facing the prospect of a difficult and probably deadly primary. >> greta: the tea party movement has said that he was their number two person to dethrone come november. the number on
sean will be back here monday have a great weekend everyone! ♪ >> greta: tonight the health care bill is now a law. for some the fight continues. >> you work for us! >> health care! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> health care now! >> greta: the health care battle is moving from congress to a new battlefield the courts. moments after president obama signed the new bill into law, 14 attorneys general from across the country sued the federal government. you will meet some of those attorneys general tonight. first, a different health care bill was signed last month. not at the white house, but in virginia. virginia governor mcdonnell signed into law that bars the federal government forcing virginians to buy health insurance. he on the record about his state's battle against the federal government. you also have been the attorney general so you knee job pretty well. did you consult with the attorney general when he made his decision to file suit? >> i did. he advised me he had been doing the legal research over the last couple of months about this claim. and we both believed that in
vicious stuff. >> greta: they are putting targets on the backs of some democratic candidates. they are not happy with the republican party or they wouldn't have peeled off and created this tea party movement if you look at what is going on in new orleans now with the southern republican leadership conference. they are now paying some homage to the tea party movement. >> i have a slight disagreement. i think the tea party movement rose not in opposition to parties, but in opposition to policies. tea party members have evolved into a movement much like the civil rights movement or the pro-life movement or the second amendment rights movement which grew out of opposition to certain policies then found itself in a place where it wanted to influence people in both political parties. i don't think it is we don't like the republicans we don't like the democrats therefore we are going to become a third force. it was we don't like the policies discussed in front of congress today. now it is trying to find a way to say, how do we without become ago adjunct to the republican party, beco
. >> thank you. thank you. >> and coming up... we're going to say hi to greta. >> greta: it is loud tlchl i'm sitting in your studio in new york city. it's nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. there is a great show tonight. carl rove is going to join us to go on the record z guess what? in michigan pafrt of the country is tea party in the story z chris rock gives david letterman a hard time. and more, back to you. >> sean: greta take good care of the studio. i'm going to be with carl rove in kansas city tomorrow. john richards is going to be there. go to my web site. coming up live from southern republican leadership conference rick perry will be here and will join us and one of the leading voices in the nation, indiana congressman is going to be here. live from hannity from new orleans straight ahead. i'm gonna take allison jenkins to the senior prom in this. one day, i'll park this in a spot reserved for me. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are they'll own it one day,
think, greta. host: we'll move to the republican line. caller: michigan mitchell, i'm sorry. host: i'm sorry. caller: i think the wall street reform is unnecessary. unless we deal with the federal reserve, nothing is going to matter. we have the federal reserve, which artificially holds interest rates low. our rates are not set by the free market which causes the gross distortion and moral hazard. people make unwise decisions because of this. we can't deal with wall street reform. i hear a lot of people calling up about jobs and how president obama should be worrying about jobs. his job is to be commander and chief of the military. it is becoming so much so that he's having to be some what responsibly for all aspects of the economy, our personal lives. it's been going on for decades now. the main thing is the federal reserve. no one wants to talk about. nothing is going to change. >> that will have to be our last word on this. the debt commission will meet on tuesday next week, not monday as i incorrectly stated before. we are going to turn to the debt. the debate that's happening he
to see you, thank you. [ inaudible ] [ cheering ] >> greta: it is loud there. i am sitting in your yes in new york city so it is very nice and quiet. it sounds loud there. we have a great show tonight karl rove is going to be joining us to go on the record. griff jenkins is in michigan with the tea party and the bart stupak story. chris rock gives david letterman a hard time that and much more. back to you. >> sean: take good care of the i'm going to be with karl rove in kansas city tomorrow. go to hannity.com. coming up live from the southern republican leadership conference, texas governor perry will be here. plus one of the leading conservative voices in the nation, indiana congressman pence is going to stop by. that and more coming up from new orleans. when you have diabetes like me, you have questions. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food affects my numbe
, prosecute you or put you in jail. greta van susteren, october 7th. can you imagine the sheriff going out and running you in, throwing you in jail. i mean, it is theoretically possible under what you tell me. and beck november 13th. beck, i don't have universal health care. host. well, you will soon. beck, or i'll go to jail. the host in that conversation was o'reilly. it was on his show. we researched to find out if anybody ever said you were going to go to jail if you don't buy health insurance. nobody has ever said it. in other words, bill couldn't find a quote from his own show with both hands. bill-o the clown, back from retirement and proving he can still bring the stupid, today's "worst person in the world." living with copd... but i try not to let it slow me down. i go down to the pool for a swim... get out and dance... even play a little hide-n-seek. i'm breathing better... with spiriva. announcer: spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled maintenance treatment for both forms of copd, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. i take it every day. it keeps my airways open... t
you in jail. greta van susteren, october 7th. can you imagine the sheriff going out and running you in, throwing you in jail. i mean, it is theoretically possible under what you tell me. and beck november 13th. beck, i don't have universal health care. host. well, you will soon. beck, or i'll go to jail. the host in that conversation was o'reilly. it was on his show. we researched to find out if anybody ever said you were going to go to jail if you don't buy health insurance. nobody has ever said it. in other words, bill couldn't find a quote from his own show with both hands. bill-o the clown, back from retirement and proving he can still bring the stupid, today's "worst person in the world." . and facebook was still run out of a dorm room. when we built our first hybrid, more people had landlines than cell phones, and gas was $1.75 a gallon. and now, while other luxury carmakers are building their first hybrids, lexus hybrids have traveled 5.5 billion miles. and that's quite a head start. ♪ but we're also in the showing-kids- new-worlds business. and the startup-capital- for-barber
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their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badly. people on main street still are w
and the banks have started to repay their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badl
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